Durable Power of Attorney Ohio Form – Adobe PDF

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Under State law, the Ohio Durable Power of Attorney, you can name an Attorney-In-Fact, or financial representative, to look after the whole of your assets, business affairs, and any other monetary related decisions on your behalf. Because this person must do everything from paying your monthly bills to managing your business interests, he or she must be someone who has your complete trust.

It is wise to choose someone who is available locally due to business dealings that must be face-to-face as well as a second agent in the chance the primary cannot act in a proper time. The responsibilities and transactions you may be able to grant your agent include;

  • Real Property (Real Estate)
  • Tangible Personal Property
  • Stock and Bond
  • Commodity and Option
  • Banking
  • Business Operating
  • Insurance and Annuity
  • Estate, Trust, and other Beneficiary Related
  • Claims and Litigation
  • Personal and Family Maintenance
  • Benefits from Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and other Governmental Programs or Military Service
  • Retirement Plan(s)
  • Tax Matters